• Bald Eagle Found Shot in Dubois County


    Indiana Conservation Officers in conjunction with Federal Fish and Wildlife Officers are investigating the death of a bald eagle found in Dubois County. An injured eagle was found Thursday March 19th in Dubois County near the Pike County line. The eagle was taken to a Federal Wildlife Rehabilitator. However, efforts to rehab the eagle stalled […]

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  • Police Seeking Suspected Cloverdale Bank Robber

    Baker, Thomas

    Police continue their search for a Cloverdale man suspected of robbing a bank in Cloverdale in Putnam County Thursday afternoon. Police say 43-year-old Thomas Baker entered Community Bank around 1:30 and displayed a handgun. He was seen leaving the bank in an early 2000’s four-door Saturn. Anyone with information on Baker’s whereabouts is asked to […]

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  • Fire Destroys Vincennes Mobile Home


    The Indiana State Fire Marshal’s Office is investigating the cause of a Wednesday afternoon fire that destroyed a Vincennes mobile home. Firefighters were called to 831 Emison Avenue where they found heavy smoke and flames coming from the residence. The mobile home was occupied by Kyle Sturgeon and Brandi McDowell. Everyone was evacuated and no […]

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  • Holcomb Announces Senate Run


    Vincennes native Eric Holcomb, former advisor to Governor Mitch Daniels and Senator Dan Coats and former Indiana Republican Party chairman, today announced he will seek the GOP nomination for the US Senate next year. Senator  Coats Announced this week he will not seek reelection in 2016. Holcomb submitted his resignation yesterday as Senator Coats’ State […]

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  • Governor Pence Signs Religious Freedom Bill

    Religious Freedom

    Governor Pence has signed a bill touted as protection for religious freedom into law. State and national Democrats accused Pence of legitimizing discrimination against gays and lesbians. Pence says if the bill was about discrimination, he would have vetoed it. He charges opponents and the media have mischaracterized a bill he says applies only to […]

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